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of law enforcement here to the colonel to the commissioner to my colleague with the f.b.i., all of the federal agents, the state and local who have worked so hard, so hard since the attacks on monday. they are so committed and putting their lives on the line as we fought the last 24 hours to try to get a suspect into custody. my journey and my office's journey begins and this investigation will continue. so we will not be able to provide the details you want at this time. as the days continue you will get answers to those questions. thank you. ?> mayor menino >> i just want to say thank you. thank you, thank you, thank you. thank you to the law enforcement for working together. that is when the government works the best. i want to thank the citizens out there. or the last week -- because of the bombings at the marathon. today, because of the hard work of so many individuals, boston police, working together with the state police, we have a conclusion that we're all satisfied with. also, the folks who have lost their lives in the past week. we're a better city than we have been th
to what extend. i think we took enough questions for now. > thank you. >> the f.b.i. has updated the wanted poster for the second suspect in the boston marathon bombings. he is in custody in serious condition in a boston area hop. the department of justice says the suspect has not been read is miranda rights. you can read more online at talking moments memo.com. after authorities in boston held their news conference president obama spoke from the white house. >> good evening, everybody. tonight our nation is in debt to the people of boston and the people of massachusetts. after a vicious attack on their city the people of boston responded with resolve and determinations. they did their part as citizens and partners in the investigation. boston police, state police, and local police responded with professionalism and bravery over five long days. tonight, because of their determined efforts we've closed an important chapter in this tragedy. i've been briefed earlier this evening after the attacks on monday, i directed the full resources of the federal government to be made availabl
of all dairy cows in immigrant milked by labor. and i've f b fixed for years and lad th senator leahy made their efforts to do that. , whatr mind, mr. connor -- in addition to dairy -- and by the way, an the chairman said cows are only going to milk you seasonably and they don't like it -- they do not know what they are saying. >> they do in vermont, maybe not minnesota. >> i know the chairman is a -- head, so no comment >> that will come back to haunt you. >> sorry, senator. >> at the senator finish his questions? >> i have no idea where it was. jeff, aside from dairy, wh -- wes ofs agreement well, agar have a problem in american agriculture today, reflected in the fact that so much of our work force is currently undocumented. for anything else that we have, recognize that the problem exist today. so, the status quo is intolerable. it is across all of the agricultural sector. the notion that you are going to give us the ability to actually have a legalized workforce that we know is legal, that we can verify that, farmers and ranchers are some of the most law-abiding people on this p
that the f.b.i. maintains, depends on the states sending information to the f.b.i. that they could use to screen out gun buyers. as a matter of fact, the shooter at the virginia tech had been adjudicated mentally ill by the state of virginia, but that information was never forwarded to the f.b.i. to be used on a background check. so he could therefore purchase weapons without a hit occurring on the nics background check system. after 2008, we passed legislation encourage the states, trying to incentivize them to send the information to the f.b.i. so that wouldn't happen again. and we know from the general accountability of course, the g.a.o., that the report of compliance with that law is dismal indeed. many states just simply haven't done it. i believe there are things we can do to further incentivize the states to send that information so that the background check system maintained by the f.b.i. actually works to preclude shooters like the virginia tech shooter from legally buying weapons because there would be a hit on the background check system, and he would be stopped from that s
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